T Liberation Day celebrated in grand style
Karimnagar: Telangana Liberation Day was celebrated in north Telangana districts of Adilabad, Karimnagar, Nizamabad and Khammam in grand style on...
Karimnagar: Telangana Liberation Day was celebrated in north Telangana districts of Adilabad, Karimnagar, Nizamabad and Khammam in grand style on Tuesday. Leaders and activists of various political parties (TRS, CPI, BJP, Congress) and voluntary organizations participated in the celebrations at different places in Karimnagar and other towns in the district.
MP Ponnam Prabhakar, MLC Santhosh Kumar, DCC president Konduri Ravinder Rao and other Congress leaders participated in Karimnagar celebrations. The leaders, accompanied by scores of party cadres, took out a rally in the town and paid tributes to the martyrs at Martyrs Memorial. Mr Prabhakar demanded an apology from RS member Renuka Chaudhary for the latter’s remarks against state bifurcation in the past. After making her stand clear in support of separate Telangana and offering an apology, she can participate in the agitation for separate Telangana, he said.
TRS district president Eeda Sankar Reddy, MLA Gangula Kamalakar and other leaders and activists, carrying national flag, took out padayatra in the colonies of Karimnagar. They recollected the sacrifices made by Telangana struggle leaders to get freedom from Nizam rule. Several leaders who participated in the Telangana Liberation struggle sacrificed their lives, the TRS leaders said. The TRS leaders also raised slogans in support of separate Telangana. CPI activists paid tributes to Telangana martyr Anabheri Prabhakar Rao at his statue and remembered his fight against Razakars. Rao lost his life while fighting against Razakars, the activists said.
TRS and TJAC leaders hoisted the national flag and Telangana flag at Gandhi Chowk in Sircilla town. Students from various colleges celebrated the day at Government Junior College. They hoisted national flag and Telangana flag. TJAC town president Akunuri Sankaraiah and others were present. The celebrations were held in Vemulawada, Huzurabad, Ramagundam, Dharmapuri and Peddapalli Assembly segments on a grand scale.
Adilabad: The activists of TRS, BJP and ABVP hoisted national flag on government offices and on District Courts complex on Tuesday to mark the Telangana Liberation Day. Students and youth organised a rally in the town to mark the celebration. Congress activists organised a massive motor cycle rally to celebrate the occasion in Adilabad town.
Telangana was liberated after agitations and struggles against Razakars of Nizam rule, the speakers said. TRS leader Jaganmohan Rao and others demanded immediate introduction of a Bill in Parliament for carving out Telangana state.
The activists of various political parties participated in the Liberation Day celebrations in Nirmal, Bhainsa, Asifabad, Utnoor, Khanapur, Kagaznagar, Bellampalli, Manchiryal and other towns.
In Nirmal, employees and political JAC leaders hoisted the national flag at government offices. Students took out a massive rally. BJP leader Ravula Ramnath, TRS leader Sri Hari Rao and others said that Karnataka and Maharashtra states have been celebrating the Liberation Day from Nizam rule officially. But the government of AP has not been celebrating the day officially, they regretted.
Nizamabad: MP Madhu Yashki inaugurated Telangana Liberation Day fete by hoisting national flag at District Congress Committee (DCC) office in the town on Tuesday. He demanded the Seemandhra leaders to cooperate with the Telangana leaders for the formation of separate Telangana state. The next Liberation Festival would be held in separate Telangana, he hoped.
District TDP president V Gangadhar Goud hoisted the national flag and party flag at TDP office to mark the Telangana Liberation Day. He took objection to the unnecessary criticism against TDP by TRS leaders.
Khammam: To mark the celebration of Telanganana Liberation Day, TNGOs hoisted the national flag near Collectorate. District TJAC unit chief Kanakachary urged the people of Seemandhra not to obstruct Telangana state formation process.